There is an imminent groundwater crisis and the Indian government must take immediate steps to save the country from a disaster. Given its severity, changes in legislation must be made to allow everyone, not merely landowners access to groundwater resources.
While India’s emergence as a hub for commercial surrogacy has given couples a renewed hope of parenthood, several ethical issues have emerged. One, in particular, is the manner in which these surrogate mothers are chosen. Often the women selected as surrogates are poor and illiterate but select surrogacy of their own volition.